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I am moving from WP over to SP soon hopefully.  

My current website (see link provided) has a custom nav menu for each selection from the home screen.  Screenshots for reference.  Neither side can see the other side.  I would like to do this on a SP website.  Is there a way to do this? I have searched the forums over and found only a single post that talks about hiding/showing the menus per page, but nothing super specific.  Everything else is a secondary nav menu or a stacked nav menu.  

Can someone point me in the right direction to do this?

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@creedon I took a couple good reads over that post and I don't think it fits what I'm looking for and I don't think that I've explained it very well being as I don't have a huge background in coding.  Let me try again. 

Landing page: "Select Dog or Cat"

Site 1 - dog - [dog(dot)com]

Site 2 - (subdomain of site 1) - cat - [dog(dot)com] (slash) cat

If you select Site 1 - you cannot see the content or navigation options of Site 2

If you select Site 2 - you cannot see the content or navigation options of Site 1

All of the articles on secondary menus have been less than helpful.  I've reached out to support and they said the only way that they know of is with custom code and to post here on the forums.

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I need to do this for very specific reasons. I'd rather not have to open two different accounts to manage when I can do it all under one roof like I've done the past 15+ years.  However, if I can't get the help here or I can't hire someone to do it, I'll do it that way I guess...

 

@tuanphan I've seen your post responses from a couple years ago.  Any ideas of how this can be done?

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On 2/13/2023 at 5:20 AM, GustavoA said:

@creedon I took a couple good reads over that post and I don't think it fits what I'm looking for and I don't think that I've explained it very well being as I don't have a huge background in coding.  Let me try again. 

Landing page: "Select Dog or Cat"

Site 1 - dog - [dog(dot)com]

Site 2 - (subdomain of site 1) - cat - [dog(dot)com] (slash) cat

If you select Site 1 - you cannot see the content or navigation options of Site 2

If you select Site 2 - you cannot see the content or navigation options of Site 1

All of the articles on secondary menus have been less than helpful.  I've reached out to support and they said the only way that they know of is with custom code and to post here on the forums.

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I need to do this for very specific reasons. I'd rather not have to open two different accounts to manage when I can do it all under one roof like I've done the past 15+ years.  However, if I can't get the help here or I can't hire someone to do it, I'll do it that way I guess...

 

@tuanphan I've seen your post responses from a couple years ago.  Any ideas of how this can be done?

If you use domain + Subdomain, you will need to purchase 2 subscriptions for 2 site.

You can consider do 2 sites on same subscription

A main page with button to 2 sites (use code to remove header/footer on this page)

On each site, we will use code to show different logo/navigation items/footer

The page url structure of 2 sites will be (something like this)

  • site1/dog/about
  • site1/dog/contact
  • ...
  • site1/cat/about
  • site1/cat/services
  • ...

What do you think?

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